Facility only for mobile app users
The company tweeted to announce the rollout of the new Translate button for YouTube mobile users. It’s live on the YouTube app for both Android and iOS, and the translate button can be seen right below the comments. For example, comments posted in a different language below a video will have an option to ‘Translate to English’ just below the text if your original language is set to English. This button sits above the like, dislike and reply options shown in each comment box.
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Translate in 100+ languages
The YouTube Translate button instantly translates comments, enabling conversations with communities around the world. As mentioned, the YouTube app supports translate to over 100 languages, including Spanish, Portuguese, Deutsch, French, Bahasa, and more. You have to click the button every time you want to translate comments — it doesn’t automatically translate all comments on a video.
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The company is also bringing other such features
In an effort to expand its global reach, YouTube was recently introduced to automatic translation of video titles and descriptions of its massive videos in multiple languages as well. For some users, YouTube was automatically translating video titles and descriptions of videos on its site into their languages when browsing, which helped with better content discovery. The new YouTube Translate feature is reported to be available for both YouTube web and mobile app users.